change the ride to somewere else changed to edenhope, surprise the missus, you will have to do the "what are you guys doing here" routine
All forum runs are public.
As China said, all the rides on the Forum are open to all Forum members. It's just that we don't get that many new members on the established rides or get new rides set up.
I am also relatively new to the Forum and the established rides (Edenhope, Snowy Run, National Meet etc) and it has been absolutely gantastic to put faces to the names, talk with different people to the usual circle (if you have one) and ride to different places. I have thoroughly enjoyed the time away with everyone, wishing that I could go on more rides.
The bottom line is, "Come one, come all".
Come on newbies, join us on a weekend away or create one of your own.
Catch up with you soon!
Nope, second in line to me.
I don't know about that Mickle. Nomada and Hallze may have a different opinion.
Hallze was banging on the walls at the National Meet and I didn't hear a thing. Poor guy. It didn't bother Tatts because he was unconscious, or may that's why he drank so much?
Nomada packed up and went to the dining room coach at Edenhope.
I've now got the message to bunk alone.
I will give you a tip mate, take your tent.
Caravan park has good cabins , walking distance to pub .
But i did get a good sleep.
Dont wory Krackers, I find it hard to get to sleep at the best of times.
Well said mate. Check out the SA rides, we got one with your name all over it. 'Brass Knackers Ride'.
Better than the carpark at Mildura??
The night we all stayed at Mildura on the way home from National Run , GT may have snored loudly enough for Nomada to drag a bedroll out of the room and sleep under the carport ..........
7 tim action full
6 andy full
1 mickle china
2 ralphski gt full
4 lofty full
Krackers60 KITCHEN FOLD OUT LOUNGE
From what I herard, GT is lucky nonads didn't smother him with a pillow.
Ah ha, I hadn't heard that story. Must have been bad to sleep outside on a Mildura night in October.
I don't snore, I dream about chainsaws.
"walking distance" is fine ...
But, is it within 'staggering' distance home ?